GPS Address: 3430 Ridge Pike

Eagleville, PA 19403

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 84

Eagleville, PA 19408

Lower Providence Baptist Church

Overseas Missions
Special Note: 
Exciting new Initiative! Women's Bridge Resource Center is excited to announce it's new initiative Homelessness Prevention.  We have formed a coalition of people including many churches to help prevent homelessness.  We need your help- our coalition is in need of people willing to share their home as a host family for as least one of our agencies 20 homeless families.  Please contact us at or 610-761-1707.  Share your heart and home with someone who needs your help.  Training sessions for host families beginning soon.

Our church strongly supports missions.  Check out the individual sites of 4 missionaries we support:

Judy Flores


Chiang Rai International Christian School (CRICS) PO Box 36
331 Moo 14, Baan Du
A. Muang Chiang Rai, Thailand 

"As many of you know, most of the parents of my students are in some kind of NGO work or ministry. The parents represent over 50 different agencies which are involved in work ranging from agricultural development to sex trafficking prevention. My job is to help educate their children so they can continue to work here. Without a school like CRICS, the parents would probably not be able to stay. As foreign nationals, they can’t just sign up with the local neighborhood Thai school."

Dr. Steven & Nancy James, Haiti                

Susan Hegarty, Costa Rica

Carole Sydnor, Nepal & International Ministries US

Jesus taught us to love our neighbors and to take care of those in need.  We, of Lower Providence Baptist Church, believe in doing what we can for others.  This is evidenced in our support of many international, national, and local agencies. Here are a few examples of our ongoing efforts to help others:

Norristown Hospitality Center, Norristown, PA    

Hopi Mission School, Kykotsmovi, AZ

Racetrack Chaplaincy Ministry, Bensalem, PA

Encuentro Latino Church & Prison Ministry, Coatesville, PA

Our church has also sponsored two groups of refugees, one from Cuba and also Karen refugees from Myanmar (Burma).